The Financial and Corporate Services Department includes Payroll, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Non-Teaching Pension Plan, Administration, General Accounting, Scholarships, Risk Management.
Payroll is responsible for ensuring that the roughly 4,000 employees are paid accurately and on time.
The school district operates on an in-house pension plan for its non-teaching employees. Pension staff provide support to district staff and pension administration in statutory filings.
The Accounts Payable section is responsible for payment to third parties, review of school based accounting records, and support to schools on accounting related matters. The Accounts Receivable section is responsible for external billings and receiving of funds. General Accounting prepares the district budget, monitors revenues and expenditures, prepares financial statements, administers scholarships and provides accounting guidance to schools.
The Risk Management function looks after insurance and other risk mitigation related matters.